Drunk driving charges can result in the loss of your license, significant fines and serious penalties, including jail time. When you have been arrested for drunk driving, you should consult with an attorney as soon as possible.
When you agree to pay a fine without challenging a traffic ticket, you are pleading guilty and possibly exposing yourself to future consequences, including increased insurance premiums, license points, surcharges through the Motor Vehicle Services Commission and even future license suspension.
Are you facing a suspended or revoked license because of moving violations, reckless driving or other traffic tickets? Has your driver’s license been suspended or revoked due to drunk driving or another traffic offense? Have you had your driver’s license suspended or revoked and need a hardship permit that would allow you to drive to work or school?
A simple assault conviction is typically a disorderly persons offense. Where the simple assault arises in the context of a consensual fight or scuffle, then it is a petty disorderly persons offense.
Theft crimes can range from petty theft to burglary or grand larceny and includes shoplifting and automobile theft charges. A conviction for even a minor theft crime can have serious consequences, and it is important to obtain skilled legal representation.
Even the most minor drug-related offenses carry severe penalties and consequences. Victor A. Amada is highly skilled at defending clients in all types of drug-related crimes, ranging in severity from misdemeanor marijuana possession to complex federal litigation regarding the importation of hundreds of kilograms of narcotics.